Mono pitched garden room

Garden Fortress have sent through images of their latest build, a mono pitched garden room in Sheen.


The sloped roof creates a light and airy room which is going to be used as a workspace for a TV producer.

We particularly like how Garden Fortress have placed two thin floor to ceiling windows towards the rear of the building, ensuring the room is flooded with natural light.


The 3.5m x 3.5m building has a high specification which includes:

  • Treated timber subframe foundations with galvanized steel legs set into concrete
  • Treated timber for stud walls and ceiling structure
  • EPDM one piece rubber roof adhered to OSB boards
  • Grey u-pvc patio french doors with toughened glass
  • Western red cedar timber cladding to front and side elevations (vertically fixed)
  • Standard feather edge panels to rear elevation (vertically fixed)
  • Guttering and down pipe to rear routed away from structure
  • 50mm celotex insulation boards to floor, ceiling & walls
  • Chipboard T+G floorboards
  • Plaster boarded walls and ceiling
  • Plaster skimmed walls and ceiling
  • Painted walls and ceiling in matt white emulsion
  • Oak laminate flooring
  • Painted MDF skirting boards
  • 6 x double sockets with usb
  • Canopy roof to front elevation in matching cedar
  • Veranda to front elevation in matching cedar
  • 6 x stainless steel interior down lights
  • 2 x exterior ‘up & down’ light fittings either side of door
  • 2 x grey full height windows
  • Electric Under floor heating with touch screen thermostat



For more information about Garden Fortress visit their website or give them a call on 01372 602 686 to discuss your requirements.

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